Monday, May 20, 2019

Chicago Wolves

Calder Cup Western Conference Final Preview: #1 Chicago Wolves vs. #3 San Diego Gulls

The 2019 Western Conference Final features two teams who are relatively unfamiliar with one another - the Chicago Wolves and San Diego Gulls. In fact, the only two meetings ever between the two teams occurred last season when they split the series 1-1.

Wild ‘N Out – Wolves Move On

ROSEMONT, Ill - After allowing the Iowa Wild to tie the series at two games in Des Moines, the Wolves bounced back with a huge game...

Wolves Run Wild in Des Moines

After taking the first two matches at home, the Chicago Wolves suddenly found themselves tied 2-2 in the 2019 Central Division Finals against the Iowa Wild.

Hammond Steals Second

After the Chicago Wolves won the first two games with seeming ease, Andrew Hammond has found his groove in net for the Iowa Wild. While Chicago was the better team in game three, his 26-save game three shutout began closing the series gap for Iowa. Entering game four, the series lead was now just 2-1.

Wolves’ Returning Stars Continue to Shine

May 2nd brought with it game two of the opening round match up between the Chicago Wolves, who were looking to double their series lead, and the Iowa Wild, who wanted to steal one game before returning home.

Wild Blink First; Wolves Win Game One

It was a game of inches at the Allstate Arena Wednesday night in game one of the Central Division Finals between the Chicago Wolves and Iowa Wild.

Tina Roszkowski’s Best Shots: Wolves vs. Griffins – April 19, 2019

Relive the Wolves-Griffins 144 combined PIMs game in all its glory. Photos taken by Tina Roszkowski.

Calder Cup Central Division Finals Preview: #1 Chicago Wolves vs. #3 Iowa Wild

Needing five games apiece to move on, the Central Division Final features the #1 and #3 seeds, the Chicago Wolves and Iowa Wild.

Wolves Mount Series Comeback; Move On

The Chicago Wolves had come back from two series deficits, 1-0 and 2-1, in order to force a game five against the Grand Rapids Griffins. Entering Sunday’s rubber match, head coach Rocky Thompson noted Chicago would only move onto the second round if it excelled at its own style of play, and did not allow Grand Rapids to get under its skin.

Tempers, Ice, Crack in Game Three

A 1-1 series meant that Tuesday's game three between the Grand Rapids Griffins and Chicago Wolves was really the first in a now best-of-three series.